Seeing your child having a meltdown can be extremely difficult. I don’t like the terms temper tantrum or terrible two’s or three’s. How could I label an entire year, half of my child’s life time as terrible??? A meltdown, an overflow of emotions can come in any age. Depending on the development stage and the hormone level, it might be more intense in certain ages.The earlier you start finding your way through the jungle of emotions the better for all of you. When working with your child through the emotions at age 2 or 3 or even earlier you will set a great base for the future. It will help you through the years with challenging development stages like 6-8 or the teenage years.
Raising a child in an ever changing world. We constantly change, everything around us changes. As the saying goes, you can never touch the same water of a river twice. Many of us have experienced the big shift that has start to happen, just after 2011 and till now we’re still in this big shift. We have come to a higher consciousness, we have access to knowledge our parents probably did not have. Our job is it to raise our children in a different way. Values and goals have changed, ancients wisdom shall melt with modern knowledge.
Yes you can do it. You are capable. When you really want to do something, you will find a way to do it. I don’t accept a simple: ‚ I can’t do it.‘ I won’t allow fear or even my own limited beliefs to disempower my child. Each time we say ‚I can’t‘ we’re sending this message to our subconscious mind that we’re unable. We take away our own power. There are plenty of examples of wonderful people who had overcome their own fears and limitations. People who went through accidents and diseases, people who were told they could never do something and then they did. They proved that our mind is so strong and that we can achieve anything when we believe in.